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How to unload a module or blacklist module in Linux

Sometimes you need to unload a kernel module to load your own written code or you want to replace an out-of-box stock module to a vendor provided kernel module. So

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How to setup a network bridge in Ubuntu Linux

This post will tell you how to setup a network bridge in Ubuntu. I just cannot guarantee that this will work on all Ubuntu versions but this will surely work

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How to fix E575: viminfo: Illegal starting char in line

Once I was working with the VIM editor and everything was normal. When I started using the same VIM editor on the other day and tried to open any file,

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Divided By Zero: What Happens When it Occurs on a System

“Divided by Zero” exception, what is this? This is a good question and you must know the answer which will lead you to know a system better. When I was

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Xilinx Interview Questions for Linux Device Driver developer

Xilinx Interview Questions here I present is for a Linux Device Driver developer. The interview that I attended for Xilinx India Technology Services Pvt Ltd. for a Senior Engineer post

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Cstyle coding standard: All you want to know about

What is Cstyle programming and why should we use this? Basically Cstyle is a coding standard for programming languages such as C program or any other programming language. As a

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[VIM] Removing new line at the End Of File in VIM

Vim is the best text editor when it comes to speed, handy and features comparison with any other text editor in this world. You will understand this if you are

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[SHELL] How to know in which shell you are working in Linux or FreeBSD

There are several ways to know the current shell on which you are working. We will be using some shell commands to know in which Shell you are working on.

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How to Download, Extract and update the Linux Kernel source

When you are starting to learn Linux programming or Device driver development, then the first thing you need is the Linux Kernel which is available in a zipped archive format

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What’s an Operating system & why do we need one?

Basically an operating system (OS) is a software system (collection of interdependent software code) on its own that allows multiple software applications (multi tasking OS) to use a single set